Will PM Imran Khan end corruption in 19 days and Terrorism in 90 days?

By Majed Iqbal– Pakistan has turned over a new leaf by electing Imran Khan from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) as their new Prime Minister. Election fever was high pitched as the three main parties including PML- N and PPP went all guns blazing. Character assassinations, mudslinging, low blows, exposes, self-imposed exiles, former PM behind bars and […]

VIDEO- Election Rigging- ‘Can PTI deliver the change?’- Ummah Channel

I was invited onto the Ummah Channel on the Community Platform show to discuss “Election Rigging- Can PTI deliver the change?” hosted by Adnan Khan.  

TRAILER- Who will save Pakistan?

Although the present environment in Pakistan is politically charged, the corrupt civilian and military leadership are working hard to ensure that power remains amongst them in order to secure American interests in the region. However, over the past 67 years the noble Ummah of Pakistan has realised that it is the change of the system […]

Islamabad Long March Finale- ‘Same Difference’?

By Majed Iqbal- The recent unfolding Drama, a long March issuing an Ultimatum to the existing government, in the Capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, came to an end this Thursday. Thousands took to the streets and stayed for over 5 days and tolerated the freezing conditions at night to voice their issues. So now what from here. What […]

Qureshi Joins Tehreek-e-Insaaf- Breaking the “Status Quo”?

By Majed Iqbal- After much discussion in the Media and speculation in Media Circles about the future of the ‘gone rogue’ Former Pakistani Foreign Minster, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, it is now in the open that he has joined Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaaf (Justice) Party. A surprising move for a person of such a position in the […]

DM Question Time- Youth Debate: Pak-US Relations

Majed was invited to the second part of a Youth Debate Show on the issues surrounding Pakistan today on the UK Based Pakistani Channel, DM Digital. Episode 2 looked at the relationship between Pakistan and the USA and its implications domestically and future repercussions for the countries involved